Self Directed IRA For Real Estate – What Are the Rules in Las Vegas?

We get asked questions all of the time from savvy investors who we work with here at Better Tomorrow Home Solutions. Most of the questions surround buying investment properties in Las Vegas Nevada… which we of course know a lot about. But one part of buying an investment property / rental property is how are … Continued

5 Steps To Buying Rental Properties In Las Vegas

Considering buying rental properties in Las Vegas? Here are the basic steps: Step 1. Why Rental Properties Before buying rental properties in Las Vegas, Nevada, ask yourself: what is my goal with the property? Will I be renovating and reselling the property? Will I hold the property long term and collect rental income? Will I … Continued

5 Ways Holding Onto Vacant Land Is Costing You In Las Vegas

Vacant land can be a truly rewarding investment. Holding on to vacant land can also cost you; maybe right away, maybe in the long run. There are annual taxes and potentially property owner’s association fees to consider, not as many tax benefits, cash flow, and property maintenance issues, and market conditions to consider. Call Better … Continued

Tips On Renting A Home In Las Vegas

In today’s article, we’ll take a look at some tips on renting a home in Las Vegas that you should consider when renting your next home in Las Vegas. As property values plummeted over the latter part of the 2000’s, many people began to turn to renting. There are plenty of reasons to rent as opposed to purchasing a … Continued

5 Steps To Buying Vacant Land In Las Vegas

Considering buying vacant land in Las Vegas? Here are the steps to follow: Step 1. Why Land Before buying vacant land in Las Vegas, Nevada, ask yourself: what is my goal with land? Will I be reselling the land after my purchase? Am I looking to build on this land? If so, what am I … Continued

How To Determine The Value of Your Land In Las Vegas

When you are ready to sell in Las Vegas, Nevada, how do you determine the value of your land? Use These Three Methods The traditional real estate appraisal process has three common approaches. The first approach is called the Income approach. The appraiser will look at the market rent for other comparable properties to get … Continued

How an iBuyer Compares To A Local Home Buyer in Las Vegas

iBuyers are a relatively new option when it comes to selling your home. They provide a quick option if you need to sell as soon as possible, but they are not the only option. There are still traditional local home buyers in Las Vegas, Nevada that are financed and able to purchase your home. How … Continued

What To Do With Your Unwanted Inherited Property In Las Vegas

A very popular item that is inherited and frequently unwanted is real estate property. When family members or close friends pass on, they will their property holdings to their next of kin or people who meant a lot to them. This leaves you, the recipient, responsible for property upkeep, possible landlord duties, property taxes and … Continued

5 Signs You Are Living In The Wrong House In Las Vegas

Purchasing a house is a huge commitment. There are a lot of factors that go into the process of finding a new one. You’ve selected a house in Las Vegas with the must-haves and might have made some compromises, but how do you know you’ve made the right choice?  Buyers Remorse  When you pull into … Continued

Why Won’t My House Sell In Las Vegas?

You’re trying to sell a Las Vegas NV house that just won’t sell? And yet – the news says the real estate market is heating up. The media is practically shouting again about multiple offers, high demand, and record-setting prices. So where’s your contract? These tips could be just what you need to help you sell your … Continued

Foreclosure notice of default in Nevada– what is it?

If you’ve gotten a foreclosure notice of default and want to know what the heck is going on, keep reading. Basically, a foreclosure notice of default is a document that has to be filed by a lender to start the process of foreclosure. The foreclosure notice of default must be sent to anyone who has … Continued